Over the past few weeks, I’ve posted a series of photos that I called “Single Frames: Autumn Close Up” — individual fall images paired with some reasonably relevant quotations, including a few “gothic” quotes as the days got shorter and darker and closed in on Halloween. I had originally picked out several dozen photos for this series, but I decided to stop at twenty and use the remaining photos a little differently in an upcoming blog post.

I’m working on that new post now; it will include additional autumn photos and some notes on reprocessing those photos with Lightroom and the Nik Collection. It will take me a few days to wrap that post up and prep the photos that go with it, so I thought in the meantime I’d assemble the “Single Frames: Autumn Close Up” images in a single gallery, which you can see below. I had started including all the quotes with the photos, but couldn’t find a good way to do that without creating a 20-foot long blog post.

If you’d like to see the original photos in this series with their quotations, I’ve tagged all twenty posts so they can be viewed together, here: Single Frames: Autumn Close Up.

They look kinda nice as a group like this; select the first image in the gallery to begin a slideshow.

Thanks for reading and taking a look!

4 Comments

    1. Hi, and thanks for the comment. I took these photos in northern New York a few years ago; here where I live (in Atlanta) we’re just starting to see some fall color in my neighborhood. With a very warm September and October, autumn has been delayed yet the leaves are starting to fall without changing colors. I’m hoping that by this weekend — after several days of rain and wind — there’s some color left on the trees and a neighborhood walk snags me some new photos. Stay tuned, and thanks again!

      Dale
      1. That’s exactly what we’re seeing here in England, falling leaves but not as much changing colour as usual. I’m sure it’s all the fault of various politicians, referendums, and voting??

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